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(New page: Fundamentally, '''change''' denotes the transition that occurs between one state and another. A stimulus or force causes change. In psychology change can have a number of contexts: *Chan...)
 
 
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In psychology change can have a number of contexts:
 
In psychology change can have a number of contexts:
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*[[Attitude change]]
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*[[Behavior change]]
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*[[Behavior change (public health)]]
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*[[Career change]]
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*[[Culture change]]
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*[[Opinion change]]
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*[[Organizational change]]
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*[[Personality change]]
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*[[Sex change]]
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*[[Social change]]
   
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==See also==
 
*Change of life associated with the [[menopause]]
 
*Change of life associated with the [[menopause]]
*Change of mind as in [[attitude change]] and [[opinion change]]
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*Developmental change as in [[physical growth]], [[moral development]]
*Developmental change as in [[physical growth]], [[Moral development]]
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*[[Life changes]]
*[[Social change]]
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*[[Lifestyle changes]]
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*[[Readiness to change]]
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*[[Stages of change]]
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*[[Stimulus change]]
 
*Therapeutic change as in [[psychotherapy]]
 
*Therapeutic change as in [[psychotherapy]]
   

Latest revision as of 22:19, December 16, 2011

Fundamentally, change denotes the transition that occurs between one state and another. A stimulus or force causes change.

In psychology change can have a number of contexts:


See alsoEdit


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